Server 2012 VDI - SSL Unknown Certificate Authority

Hello, I am setting up a Server 2012 VDI environment and have everything ready.  I am now working on my Wyse T10 terminals and cannot get it to connect to the broker.

I have gone into the Windows Server 2012 and generated a personal SSL cert, loaded it into the Remote Desktop Connection Broker and then applied it into the Wyse t10.

When I try to connect to the Broker it gives me the following error:

SSL Connection to "server1.domain.ad"
SSL Unknown Certificate Authority

In the Wyse T10 log it is more specific and it has an error=-7517
tucktechAsked:
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dec0mpileCommented:
You getting this error because the certificate is self-signed.
To resolve you have to export the certificate from Windows Server 2012 and import it in the Wyse T10 terminal.
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tucktechAuthor Commented:
Ok, I copied it onto a USB drive and then went into the Wyse T10.  When I view the certificate the Certificate status show "This certificate has expired or is not yet valid".

On the general screen it shows valid from 2013-10-15 to 2014-10-15

Assuming it is not "valid" not sure how to make it "valid"
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dec0mpileCommented:
Is the date correct on the Wyse T10?
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dec0mpileCommented:
Also, double check to make sure that you exported the certificate correctly.
See this guide:
http://www.maijen.nl/?p=163
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tucktechAuthor Commented:
Hello dec0mpile,

The date and time are correct on the T10, it is able to get to the time server configured.
 I followed the instructions as to the link except I did not setup group policy.  Not sure this matters as much as I cannot link to the broker which happens to be the same server I created the cert on...

thoughts?
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tucktechAuthor Commented:
Ok, so I finnaly got a hold of Wyse support.  They instructed me to login to the web version of VDI and to copy the certificate and then put that file on the ftp server defined in the wyse configuration setup.  That did the trick.
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tucktechAuthor Commented:
The solution was not obvious but got information from the manufacturer who was able to help me fit the issue.
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